Rectangular Sampler Blanket
Marie Segares/Underground Crafter
This rectangular stitch sampler is a twist on the traditional granny square pattern. It makes a great stroller or comfort blanket for a baby or small child.The project uses different stitch patterns (a granny rectangle, an alternating v-stitch, staggered puff stitches, and an edging) to keep things interesting. Iâve rated the pattern intermediate, not because it is difficult to make, but because it really helps if the crocheter is able to âreadâ her/his stitches when switching between the different patterns.The Rectangular Sampler Blanket was designed to create blankets forÂ Project Night NightÂ , the featured charity forÂ Crochetvilleâs A Tour Through Crochet CountryÂ blog tour for National Crochet Month 2013. Please consider donating one of your blanket projects to Project Night Night or a local childrenâs charity.
Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash (100% superwash wool, 3.5 oz/100 g/220 yds/201 m) â 4 skeins 1960 Pacific (CA), 2 skeins 1914 Alaska Sky (CB), and 1 skein 863 Cordovan (CC),Â or approximately 1,540 yards (1,408 m) in any medium weight yarn.J-10/6 mm crochet hook,Â or any size needed to obtain correct gauge.Yarn needle
34â x 29â (86 cm x 74 cm).
First 4 rounds in pattern = 9.5â (24 cm) x 4â (10 cm).Â Exact gauge is not critical for thisÂ project.
This free pattern is available on my blog here.